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Are you worried about tax payments, debts, delinquencies or levies? If you’ve got tax problems, you need help from qualified tax professionals before the IRS takes your car, your home or your livelihood! SFS Tax Problem Solutions is one of the most trusted tax resolution offices on the Treasure Coast, and we’re here to help you. (no matter your location!)
Successfully Negotiated a Temporarily Uncollectible Solution for more than $30,000 in Tax Liability
Thank you for your correspondence dated Oct. 01, 2018, about the unpaid balance for the tax periods above.
Case Closed – Currently Not Collectible
We temporarily closed your collection case for the tax periods above because we determined that you can’t pay the money you owe at this time.”
Settlement Agreement Success with the IRS
We have accepted the offer in compromise you signed and dated on 08/09/2016. The acceptance date is the date of this letter and acceptance is subject to the terms and conditions on the enclosed Form 656, Offer in Compromise.
We applied $6,210.32 as payment toward your accepted offer. The last payment we received was for $366.00 on 08/15/2016.
The conditions of the offer require you to timely file and pay all required taxes for the five tax years (including any extensions). This requirement begins on the date of this letter.”
We have accepted the offer in compromise you signed and dated on 08/10/2018. The acceptance date is the date of this letter and acceptance is subject to the terms and conditions on the enclosed Form 656, Offer in Compromise.
The conditions of the offer require you to timely file and pay all required taxes for five tax years (including any extensions). This requirement begins on the date of this letter.
Under the conditions of the offer, we will keep any refunds or credits you may be entitled to for 2018 or for earlier tax years, including refunds you may be entitled to receive in 2019 for any overpayments you made toward tax year 2018 or earlier tax years. We will apply any refunds or credits to your liability, not to your accepted offer. If we filed a Notice of Federal Tax Lien against you, we will release it when you pay the offer in full. If you make the final payment by credit or debit card, we won’t be able to release the Notice of Federal Tax Lien for up to 120 days from the date of the credit or debit payment.”
Jeffrey Schneider EA, CTRS, NTPIF Settles Case for $0.00
August 12, 2019 -Thank you for your response to the notice we sent to you about your 2016 taxes (form 1040). We’re pleased to tell you that the information you provided resolved the tax issue in question and that our inquiry is now close.
Jeffrey Schneider EA, CTRS, NTPIF Saves Taxpayer Over 17,000.00
The Department of Revenue has released a tax lien that was filed against you. Review he information below and contact the Collections Bureau at (617) 887-6400 if you have any questions about this notice.”
Jeffrey Schneider EA, CTRS, NTPIF Provides Much Needed Relief
We have accepted the offer in compromise you signed and dated on 02/27/2015. The acceptance date is the date of this letter and acceptance is subject to the terms and conditions on the enclosed Form 656, Offer in Compromise.
Your offer was accepted based on effective tax administration or doubt as to collectibility with special circumstances. If you paid the application fee when you submitted your offer it will be applied against the amount of the offer. If you paid the application fee and would like the application fee refunded to you rather than applied against the amount of the offer, you must notify us in writing at the address below within 30 days from the date of this letter. If you request a refund, any amount due under the offer will not be reduced by the amount of the fee.
We have applied a total of $2,097.00 as payments toward your accepted offer amount. The last payment received was for $1,612.00 on 03/09/2015.”
Jeffrey Schneider EA, CTRS, NTPIF Compromises with IRS to Adjust Installment Agreement
Thank you for making arrangements to resolve your account. This letter responds to your correspondence dated July 24, 2018, requesting a direct debit installment agreement.
As you requested, we modified your direct debit installment agreement. We’ll deduct your payment of $250.00 on the 1st of each month.
WHAT YOU NEED TO KNOW ABOUT YOUR INSTALLMENT AGREEMENT
We charge an $89.00 user fee to cover the cost of revising or reinstating an installment agreement. We’ll deduct this fee from your first payment.
You must contact our office at least 15 days before your monthly due date to stop an automatic payment withdrawal from your checking account.”
Thank you for making arrangements to resolve your account. The determination of the appeal is:
The balance due will be closed as “Currently Nor Collectible.”
The NOtice of INtent to Levy was issued according to law and procedure. Collection action is suspended with the “Currently Nor Collectible” closure. A Notice of Federal Tax LIen is already filed on all periodds.
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